I was fortunate to get to explore Morocco’s hidden gems recently with a company by the name of Water by Nature. The owner and guide, Hamish McMaster, has water running through his veins. I was impressed with the passion he has for adventure on the water, and for sharing that passion with others, like myself. Our adventure would include white water rafting down the Ahansel River, through the Atlas Mountains, to Bin El Ouidane Lake in the middle of Morocco.
Winner of the NATJA Gold award for "Travel Book"
The Photographing Tourist: A Storyteller’s Guide to Travel and Photography
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Beautifully illustrated with more than 300 photographs from around the world, and featuring twelve magazine-style travel narratives, The Photographing Tourist takes you on a journey to remote corners of our fascinating world. Through a blend of tips, techniques, advice, anecdotes, a...
Looking for an exciting destination to visit in 2018, but tired of browsing the same old places you’ve seen and heard about a million times? Destinations like France, Thailand, and Iceland are, of course, incredible – but what about travelers who really want to get off the beaten path?
As 2018 approaches us, it’s time to look back and reflect on the highs and lows of the year. 2017 truly was more dramatic and memorable than many other years in recent memory.
In the last twelve months, we took our cameras out to capture the total eclipse, used the hashtag #metoo to support the “The Silence Breakers," watched on loop the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engagement, laughed and argued on Tr...
With its fascinating history, delicious desserts and amazing nightlife, Bucharest guarantees that you won’t be spending too much time in your hotel room. Even the most action-packed itinerary deserves a nice place to stay, though.
With hundreds of options, it can be tough to choose a place to stay. Do you want to be in a hotel or hostel? Is access to a spa important to you? I’ve asked seven of my favorite bloggers to share the best hotels in Romania’s capital city.
I spent an exhilarating day biking Ireland’s Great Western Greenway trail in northwest County Mayo, and could not believe the beauty that surrounded me!
Beginning in the quaint town of Westport, the trail is over 42 kilometers long and passes through the towns of Newport and Mulranny, alongside the coast of Clew Bay, and ends up on picturesque Achill Island.
From smoked beer and Christmas markets to snow-coated medieval towns, travel bloggers, including Wandering Earl and Kristen Gill, select Europe’s most atmospheric cities to visit in winter.
While Kenya and Ecuador's Galapagos get the kudos, these lesser known wildlife hotspots, chosen by bloggers including Claudia Tavani and Kristen Gill, also deserve attention for whales, tigers and more...
Issue number: 180
In this issue
Most people think mountains when they think Nepal, but beyond the Himalaya lies Chitwan National Park the best place to see the one-horned rhino and go walking (not riding) with elephants
Expeditions by water
From touching the North Pole to reaching Antarctica, paddling Polynesia to winding Patagonia, we pick out the 24 best adventures that can only be undertaken on expedition ships
South America by train
Fancy some Andean highs? Coastal lowlands? Lush ra...
Europe’s Biggest Blogger Gathering Made a Very Big Impression – 3 Billion Impressions to be Precise!
Fáilte Farewell to top travel bloggers as conference and trips close off
More than 3 billion Twitter impressions were generated globally in relation to Ireland and the TBEX conference over the last two weeks as more than 600 of the world’s top travel social influencers gathered in Killarney to attend TBEX Europe, the largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, content creators and social media influencers in Europe.
This highly influential group – with a combined reach of 380 million trave...
The objective of this project is to promote cultural awareness and the preservation of indigenous cultures specifically by showcasing the language, music, dancing, storytelling, and sport via photography, interviews, written/spoken word, and videos. It is a collaborative place to showcase, promote, and preserve our living cultures and stave off cultural extinction. I've already amassed a huge amount of media in the field, and now need the time/help to put it together.